Things That Make Me Say Yeay

Friday, October 21, 2011

Baked pumpkin seeds. Mmm!

I have this amazing Williams Sonoma cookbook in my kitchen that is used for "decoration" purposes. I have never actually looked through it...until the other day. The soup section was impressive and I am so in the mood for this Tuscan Tomato Soup recipe that I found. By the way, am I the only person who thought Williams Sonoma was a famous Chef who opened up the William Sonoma stores? Haha most likely I am alone on this one.

Josie Maran 100% Pure Argan Oil. This stuff is absolutely amazing.

Loose leaf tea is my favorite. There is this adorable little shop by my house that has the best teas I have ever tasted. I always order coconut banana and it is delicious! Their motto is, "Sniff, Select, Sample."

Enjoying some pumpkin pie frozen yogurt.


Happy Friday! Any fun plans?

50 comments:

Maegan said...

Haha, love your "theory" on Williams Sonoma, that's awesome! But totally would make sense, I see where you're coming from.

Those roasted pumpkin seeds look yummy!

{The Perfect Palette} said...

I love pumpkin seeds :)

Caroline said...

Williams Sonoma, Tea Shops, and Frozen yogurt combined into one trip sound like The perfect day. We have two of the cutest tea shops ever in Salt Lake - one is just stuffed with vintage furniture and decor everywhere and the other is very minimal-meets-anthropologie. I wish I could live in either of them!

Tomorrow my Humanities class is canceled so I'm meeting with a friend for lunch, and though I'm trying not to tell too many people, I can hardly contain my excitement -we're going for a ring browsing trip in preparation for when my boyfriend and I go shopping together for our anniversary next month! After seeing this post we might just have to incorporate some fro-yo in between shops. :)

Terry said...

we must add those blue eyes to list. Frozen yogurt,....mmmmmmm.

Erin said...

Froyo! So amazinggggg :) Your little stud is too cute!

Sarah said...

Those pumpkin seeds look delicious!! Can't wait to make some!! :)

p.s. If you are a coffee drinker, stop by my blog...I'm giving away some Venezuelan coffee! :)

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Erin said...

I can't wait to bake pumpkin seeds!!

Gentri said...

Mmmmm... Pumpkin frozen yogurt... I forgot that was on my to-do list for the day... Thanks for reminding me... haha!

Hilliary@ Happily Ever Healthy said...

Yummmm, pumpkin pie frozen yogurt! That sounds delicious. I love William Sonoma cookbooks. My mom has a huge selection of them, I love going through and looking at the pictures/recipes! Have a great weekend!

theolivetree said...

love salted & baked seeds!

Mandee said...

I just baked some pumpkin seeds last night! delicious!

Anna Elder said...

my goodness, those cheeks are too pinchable! adorbs. pumpkin seeds! yum. i absolutely love a great tomato soup. it's been a staple for me since i was a child. i'll have to check out the WS cookbook! happy friday lady.

Tonia @ TheGunnySack.com said...

I won a bottle of Josie Maran Argan Oil for a giveaway and I LOVE it! What do you use yours for?

Lia said...

Little man is so cute I can't stand it!! I looove baked pumpkin seeds and cannot WAIT to do mine this weekend!!
xoxo
Lia
ps - I'm with you on Mr. Sonoma :)

starsunflowerstudio said...

Oooh those baked pumpkin seeds look so yummy! I must be hungry. :)

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

Tonia- What a great gift to win in a giveaway! I use it on my face. I LOVE it. It makes my skin feel so soft and does not leave you feeling greasy like you think oil would.

Briana said...

I would devour those seeds right now!

And I love the Josie Maran skincare line! I've tried her moisturizer, I guess I'll have to buy the Argan Oil next. Thanks for the tip!

Alexa said...

Pumpkin pie frozen yogurt? That sounds delish. Celebrating a couple of birthdays this weekend and just relaxing (thank God)! :)

jessica {creative index} said...

i love pumpkin seeds! can't wait to carve pumpkins this weekend and make some!

Sarah said...

Wow all of these things make me say "yay" to exceeeept the pumpkin seeds. I have a confession. I've never had them before!!! Can you believe that! I'm going to try some this season though, I promise lol.

- Sarah
http://agirlintransit.blogspot.com

Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table said...

Seeds are a staple in my house right now - butternut, pumpkin, acorn... I'll toast anything! LOL!

Love that tea shop. These jars are great!

Grace - Stripes and Sequins said...

dying to try the argan oil! have a fantastic weekend. :)

Tabitha Lynn said...

OOh they all look lovely. Esp that soup. Yum

Lindsay said...

I can't wait to roast pumpkin seeds! And how sweet is that last picture. I love the yogurt dripping out of his mouth. Simply adorable!

Nickie said...

Mmm love frozen yogurt! Have a great weekend.

Stephanie Shepherd said...

How do you bake your pumpkin seeds? I typically just add salt, but yours...they look extra flavorful!

Simply LKJ said...

Yum...fresh baked pumpkin seeds! What an adorable pic of your little one.

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

Stephanie- I used Braggs Kelp Sea Salt seasoning. :)

Stephanie said...

I wish I had pumpkin seeds to snack on right now!

Kathy S said...

I love pumpkin seeds too. Have a great weekend!

sherri lynn said...

I want to go to that tea shop! It looks so cute and I love their motto! Please make that Tuscan tomato soup and let us know how it is :) Have a great weekend!

Tania said...

Never baked pumpkin seeds but they do look good! I've heard great things about argan oil (mainly for hair) but haven't tried it. Have a great weekend xo

the lowes said...

thanks for your sweet comment on my blog today - i LOVE your blog and i LOVE pumpkin seeds - cant wait to make some this coming week!! :) yay for Fall! blessings to you new friend! :)

Mimi said...

nope, you're not alone on that one. to make matters worse, i had no idea why it's called williams sonoma -- all i know is i love that store. ;)

<3, Mimi
http://whatmimiwrites.blogspot.com/
Stages of Beauty Giveaway :)

Gail @ Sophisticated Steps said...

I'm not a Williams Sonoma conoisseur, but I'm really glad to know I'm not the only one with a cool "decoration only" cookbook in the kitchen. Oops. Until now. Maybe you've just inspired me to crack that puppy open. ;)

Anne @ Domesblissity said...

I think little Max is starting to look a lot like you now Lindsay. (Sorry Ian! LOL) so cute.

Anne xx

Sarah Roads said...

Gonna have to make pumpkin seeds, it's been years. Makes me think of my Mamma ; ) Question on the Argon oil, does it make you oily or break you out ever. I always use oil free products so I'm not sure it would work for me but I've heard great things.

Brynn {chartreuse and a twist} said...

I love your style! There isn't one thing that doesn't make me say yeay on this list!!! Those baked pumpkin seeds & pumpkin pie frozen yogurt sound amazing :) have a great weekend! xoxoxo brynn

Susan said...

Pumpkin pie frozen yogurt? Um yum!!!!!!!!!

Stephanie said...

LOVE all of those things... pumpkin pie frozen yogurt (delish!), pumpkins seeds (mmm!), WS tomato soup (okay I'm actually with you on this one!), and that tea store (I want one by my house!!!).

Hope you have a great weekend! XOXO, Stephanie @ Blonde Highlights

CARRIE said...

Those pumpkin seeds look so good! Actually, pumpkin anything sounds pretty good.

swellmayde said...

hi sweets!

i saw the argan oil at sephora and almost picked it up... i'll look into again! :)

adorable photo of your baby!

take care, aimee

diy blog: swellmayde

Rachael said...

Oh man... coconut banana.. droool. I know this sounds really weird but you can put a lot of weird stuff in egg white omelets. They're versatile like pancakes. I used to start off every day with one and I quickly grew bored with the usual cherry tomatoes + mushrooms + onions so I started experimenting. The best... the ABSOLUTE best was putting slices of frozen banana on top of the finished product with some coconut sprinkling (and 5-10 chocolate chips baked in). Like a crepe kinda. Anyways, I'm hoping to make pumpkin seeds this weekend and yours look real good! What spices do you put on it?

Haylee said...

Pumpkin seeds! Heck to the yes, I'm obsessed with those things. The best is when you roast them with cinnamon sugar. YUM.
Also, your boy is pretty much the most adorable thing ever. Love those cute chubby cheeks!

Kara said...

Yum - I can't wait to carve pumpkins so I can bake some pumpkin seeds. I've heard amazing things about Argan Oil and your son is just too adorable.

Thanks for stopping by my blog, as I am so happy to have found yours! I am your newest follower. xo

Mongs said...
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Mongs said...

Always enjoy your yay posts, love the last shot, looks like the best advert for the frozen yogurt, and argghh...it's making me hungry on a monday morning.

love,mongs
mythriftycloset.blogspot.com

Momma Bird said...

We're headed to the pumpkin patch tomorrow! I can't wait to make some yummy pumpkin seeds! And that soup recipe looks great! You'll have to post it up for all of us soon :)

Traci said...

I've never had baked pumpking seeds. I could definitely go for some tomato soup!! YUM!

Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted said...

Heck ya! Pumpkin seeds are fantastic!!

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